USBN #254 April 1952 p5
He is very pleased with the plans you have made for the Temple grounds; of course he regrets the pools and fountains will have to be postponed, but this will not prevent carrying out an almost complete garden scheme for the 1953 date, and for economy’s sake, seems a necessary measure.
“The Guardian feels the Temple will show to better advantage if floodlighted from without. This will not prevent, no doubt, when the flood lights are on, any illumination from within producing a pleasing effect.
“He wishes you every success in this important service you are rendering the Faith, and will pray that all may go well and your ideas be realized in a most beautiful effect.”
to Mr. Hilbert Dahl, Baha’i landscape architect, November 24, 1951